LETS DANCE TONIGHT – TWICE

by Dalit Nemirovsky | 13.01.13

An evening performance by the Bat-Sheva Ensemble

Lost Cause by Sharon Eyal and Guy Bachar  & Tabula Rasa by Ohad Naharin

Lost Cause by Sharon Eyal and Gai Bachar

Sharon Eyal, Guy Bachar, musician Uri Lichtik and lighting designer Bambi team up again,  this time with the Bat-Sheva Ensemble.
Sharon Eyal on the new creation: “I love to see how people think anew when their compositions in the brain are different. How the nuances and gestures change the world and build it. This new work speaks a new language which is direct and accessible and at the same time  complex and disappears like in a challenging game, which reveals a complete picture, but intentionally leaves squares missing. ”

Tabula Rasa (1986) by Ohad Naharin

Ohad Naharin’s exemplary work “Tabula Rasa” is a ballet created in 1986 for the Pittsburgh Dance Theatre with music by Estonian composer Arvo Pratt.

“Tabula Rasa” is performed by leading dance companies around the world and is considered a classic of contemporary dance and a source of inspiration for artists and performers in the world.

17/1/2013, Suzanne Dellal Center, Thu 21:00

18/1/2013, Suzanne Dellal Center, Fri 14:00

18/1/2013, Suzanne Dellal Center, Sat 21:00

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